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jacq1292 wrote:After hearing so much talk about facebook here, I took the plunge and set up a page. Problem is, after working at home for 12+ years, I really don't have a social network. I did some research, and going to friends was the last resort. Paid facebook ads, well, maybe in the future. So, any suggestions for getting likes without going the "paid route" (which I don't want to do anyway). I did take a look on Fiverr, and most of the gigs tell you that they "look" like humans but are fake. YIKES! You might end up with who knows what (someone mentioned scantily clothed women). Not quite what I'm looking for.
I have started putting my link out on Twitter. I came up with an idea for a monthly free jewelry drawing with 2 conditions. 1) Like my facebook page and 2) fill out the contact form on my website. I hope that begins to attract some attention. Must say it's a real ego buster to have not have gotten 1 like for days. But, I will encourage myself and keep looking and testing until I find the right technique to reach the right audience. Any suggestions?
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